Arbuckle Pancake Breakfast feeds over 600

The Johnson Junior High Parents Club held its annual Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, Sept. 30, raising funds to provide financial support for classroom and school needs.

“Attendance was great,” said Amy Gibbons of the JJH Parents Club. “We served 635 guests with about 550 of the meals from pre-sales.”

Cars lined the school parking lot, and dozens dined in the school cafeteria.

“It was delicious,” said Rose Ann Ellis, who was enjoying the pancake breakfast with friends and community members.

“We had pancakes, sausage, eggs, juice, and coffee,” she said.

Gibbons said that in previous years, the JJH Parents Club has provided for science assemblies, guest speakers, basketball uniforms, and field trips.

“We would like to thank the Knights of Columbus #14112 for their time and talents to prepare all of the food for the breakfast,” said Gibbons. “We couldn’t have done it without them.”

Gibbons also said the JJH Parents Club and the students would like to thank the community for supporting their event by purchasing tickets.

“We also couldn’t have done it without the help of our parent, staff, and student volunteers,” she said.

The JJH Parents Club will be hosting its Shady Creek Taco Dinner in the spring, and details will follow at a later date.

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